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I believe God is the all possibilities in the universe. If God is all powerful, then He is it and it is Him. Also, this explains God's plan thing, because He needs everything - good or bad - just to exist. I want to know what a rabbi thinks of this thought.

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Hello, I have some confusion reading the book of Samuel. Using the premise that God knows the past and future. (Isaiah 46:10) Here is confusion: God chose Saul to be king, later God says he is grieved that he made Saul king. How can God grieve a decision to make Saul king when He knew already Saul would be a bad choice for king? Human example: Let's say a person wanted to buy a home on a particular river and did not want it to be ever flooded. So he finds a lot available for sale on the river. Now this person knows that in the future the river will flood that lot every year for the next 10 years because he knows the future that it will flood. How could that person grieve his choice to buy the lot knowing it will flood??? It just makes no sense to me.      

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Hi Rabbi, I write while thinking about the ongoing rescue/recovery efforts after the Surfside building collapse. So many caring people are risking so much to help in any way possible. I am not asking why it happened, but would like to hear your thoughts on this. Thank you for this valuable service.

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Hi I just got up from sitting for my mother and had time for some life introspection. My question is as follows: How on earth is the system that God created where we are brought to this earth against any choice with instincts and tendencies that diametrically oppose the rules we are to follow, and if we break these rules (as I have, too many times to count) can expect to experience unimaginable torment in the next world for who knows how long, fair in any way? I mean, seriously, if this was a business proposal, I'd laugh you out of my office . Talk about risk/reward. I know there is no easy answer. Maybe there's a book you can recommend to offer some insight? Thank you

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There is a concept of the eternal sin in Christianity. Any sin can be forgiven, blasphemy against the Holy Spirit cannot be forgiven. Is there any concept of unforgivable sin in Judaism?

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Crime in the world is increasing, but why doesn't God destroy the earth like happened in Sodom and Gomorrah?

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Why does God have an ego? For example: I am the Lord... you shall put no other before me. Thanks

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My dear child came home from school today with a question I hope you don’t find too strange: "What makes God laugh?" How do you advise I answer? Thank you for this service.